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THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ soccer team opened its season at home Wednesday with a 3-0 non-league win over Niles. “We came out strong possessing the ball tonight. I have a strong mix of talent in a young group of girls. We did a nice job of moving the ball and communicating as a...
The St. Joseph River is above flood stage and a sixth gate has been opened at Three Rivers’ dam. The land on which Scidmore Park’s lighthouse stands is completely underwater. The river was at 7.7 feet Tuesday, April 11; flood stage is seven feet. A flood warning is in effect until Saturday, April...
MATTESON TOWNSHIP — Troopers from the Michigan State Police Coldwater Detachment are continuing the investigation into the felonious assault that occurred on Sunday, April 9. A 38-year-old male victim from Colon contacted 911 after dropping off personal property to a resident near the 1000 block of...
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — On June 25, 2011, a car accident changed Kate Henschel’s life. The Michigan State Police press release that weekend said her truck had swerved off Buckhorn Road and hit a tree; the then-16-year-old Three Rivers girl was airlifted to Bronson Hospital in critical condition. She...
The Three Rivers Car Club donates non-perishable food items collected at their March meeting to the Food Bank at the Centreville United Methodist Church. The food bank, open Monday and Friday 10 a.m. — noon, currently serves 35 to 40 Centreville and Nottawa area families. Pictured (left) Ardell...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks chapter of Phi Theta Kappa honor society inducted 52 new members Friday, March 31 at a ceremony inside the Nora Hagen Theatre. Professor of Business William “Bill” Furr was chosen and inducted as an honorary member of the organization based on his dedication to student...
VICKSBURG — The Three Rivers varsity boys' golf team opened its season Tuesday by finishing sixth in the Wolverine Conference Jamboree hosted by Vicksburg at Angels Crossing. Three Rivers shot a score of 192 in the 9-hole event. Otsego won the meet with a 168. Edwardsburg (178) finished second...
As Three Rivers Middle School students prepare to take the M-STEP (Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress) beginning this week, a group of sixth-graders made encouraging signs featuring tips for taking the test, such as how to handle anxiety.
Todd Skrzypek of Three Rivers not only correctly predicted North Carolina as the winner of this year’s March Madness tournament, but also guessed the exact number of points that would be scored in the championship game (136), making him the undisputed winner of the 2017 Commercial-News bracket...
CALVIN TOWNSHIP — The Cass County Sheriff’s Office has followed up on the condition of the victims involved in Sunday’s dog attack in the 63000 block of Crooked Creek. The two-year-old was flown to Riley’s Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis, Ind. and is stable condition. The six-year-old, who was...

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